Tuscally’s art gallery has created a new exhibition of the occult-themed tarot cards.
The show is titled Illuminating Testing and has been in preview since last October.
The artist says the card is not meant to represent a “spiritual or metaphysical truth.”
The cards have the ability to reveal hidden information about a person, place, or event, but they also allow users to create a “virtual reality experience” of a person or event.
The cards are designed to be played and read by a small group of people.
They are a way to “understand how the human mind operates and how to apply the power of the tarot,” said artist Michael Linn.
The card is part of a series titled Tarot Cards in a Changing World, which also features artworks by artists in the United States and Canada.
The exhibition is open to the public and will open to general public in early 2019.
“I wanted to do something that was a little bit more intimate and maybe less flashy,” said Linn, adding that the card was a way of showing the artist’s “enormous love for the tarots.”
The card features an image of a human face and three dots representing the three elements, which represent the earth, air, and water.
It is also filled with symbols and patterns from the taros.
“The first image is the human face, the next is the air, the last is the water.
They’re all connected,” said Laura McAlister, curator of the Tuscalloosa Art Gallery.
“We’re trying to bring together a lot of different elements in one card, and I think it’s really important that people have access to the tarocast and that they feel empowered by it.”
The artist said he wanted to explore the power and potential of tarot as a way for people to explore their emotions.
He hopes people will feel empowered to use their own imagination and emotions to connect with a larger picture.
“There’s a lot that people are struggling with,” said McAlisters.
“It’s like a way that we can be open and connected in a way.”
Illuminating Tuscalia is open from Monday through Sunday, and the exhibit runs through October.
Tuscallocasa is located at the intersection of Tusculli Boulevard and Wirt Road, and it is open daily from noon to 5 p.m.
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